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Do you people using an auto-switching multipool mine directly to your cryptsy account for auto-selling or use a pool that converts them to BTC automatically? It says on cryptsy that you're not supposed to mine directly to your account but IDK if people still do it. I'm looking at multipool.us or hashco.ws right now. Hashcows has options to automatically convert to BTC but that costs a fee. Would it be cheaper just to us multipool.us and deposit straight into cryptsy?
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Originally Posted by Koogiking View Post

Whats the best pool for a newbie to join for litecoin? I recently joined up to slushs pool for bitcoin mining but I hear litecoin mining is more profitable

Bitcoin mining is dead, I can attest to that. I like mine-litecoin.com. You can withdrawl your payouts at any time.
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Do you people using an auto-switching multipool mine directly to your cryptsy account for auto-selling or use a pool that converts them to BTC automatically? It says on cryptsy that you're not supposed to mine directly to your account but IDK if people still do it. I'm looking at multipool.us or hashco.ws right now. Hashcows has options to automatically convert to BTC but that costs a fee. Would it be cheaper just to us multipool.us and deposit straight into cryptsy?
Cryptsy + P2Pool doesn't work. Multipool/Hashco might work with Cryptsy addy.

IMO, payouts from Multipool are much less than mining 1 coin directly and trading.
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Hokies, did you really buy that Corvette from mining?

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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post

CGminer.conf for R9 290 and ~900KHash:

{
"pools" : [
{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://coinotron.com:3334",
"user" : "[USER].[WORKER]",
"pass" : "[PASS]"
},
{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://stratum.give-me-ltc.com:3333",
"user" : "[USER].[WORKER]",
"pass" : "[PASS]"
}
],

"intensity" : "20",
"vectors" : "1",
"worksize" : "256",
"lookup-gap" : "2",
"thread-concurrency" : "32765",
"gpu-engine" : "1000",
"gpu-fan" : "40-100",
"gpu-memclock" : "1350",
"gpu-powertune" : "20",
"temp-cutoff" : "99",
"temp-overheat" : "95",
"temp-target" : "90",

"api-port" : "4028",
"expiry" : "120",
"failover-only" : true,
"gpu-threads" : "1",

"log" : "5",
"queue" : "1",
"scan-time" : "60",
"temp-hysteresis" : "3",

"scrypt" : true,
"kernel" : "scrypt",
"kernel-path" : "/usr/local/bin"
}

The settings are similar for the R9 290X -- the only change I would make is to the following lines:

"thread-concurrency" : "33792",
"gpu-engine" : "1025",
"gpu-fan" : "40-100",
"gpu-memclock" : "1350",
"gpu-powertune" : "20"

These settings give me sub 700KHash/sec. What driver version were you using when you tested these?

Best I've managed so far on my 290X is 850 at 918/1500 or 825 at 875/1250.
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Yea I notice it too. It's finicky. The sweet spot for my current card seems to be 1085 Core and 1500 Memory, with a -10% Powertune. I average ~660KH/s at those specs. The farther I get from those clocks (higher or lower), the lower my hash rate becomes.

If you need to subtract from powertune, your core clock is too high relative to memory.
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Originally Posted by ForceProjection View Post

It's amazing how all of the cryptos are so closely tied into BTC values. BTC falls, they all take a drop. In terms of FIAT currency, that would be like the GBP dropping, and suddenly the USD & Yen fall a commensurate amount. Yet, that's not the case in FIAT currency, so why is it seem to be the rule with crypto's?

Plenty of fiat currencies are tied to other currencies. BZD and CNY used to be directly tied to the USD at a fixed ratio, for example.

Anyway, most cryptos are currently tied to BTC because you have to convert most to BTC to easily sell them at major exchanges, and because some of the big BTC players dabble in these other currencies and have enough to manipulate things. As time goes on and some become more useful independent of BTC, the relationship will loosen.
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If you need to subtract from powertune, your core clock is too high relative to memory.
I don't fully understand the relationship between clocks. I read up on it, and thought I understood how it should work, but then in my actual experience, it's not how it works at all.

I just tried the powertune setting based on what other people had done. What I've read is that the core clock should optimally be 0.6x your Memory clock. Well, when I do that, my hash rate wouldn't break 600 KH/s. Raising my core clock a little wouldn't really change anything. I couldn't break 600 until I passed 1000 on my core clock with a 1500 memory clock, and 1085 - 1100 is the core clock(s) that get me my optimal hash rate. The powertune setting, I've come to see, was more placebo the first time I put it in. It hasn't really changed much. I get 640-650 with or without it.
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Does everyone expect BTC to go back up to $1200, or is that unlikely now?

I actually think there is longevity here, Bitcoins (and other cryptocurrencies) have more credibility then they did an year ago and nothing goes straight up... a pause is healthy and at this point probably overdue. I agree with what some others have said here, just mine away and down the road there will probably be opportunity to off load. I know from my point of view the only risk is the Hydro (The hardware I would have upgraded anyway) and at around 0.10 kW/h the potential reward outweighs any risk...
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I don't fully understand the relationship between clocks. I read up on it, and thought I understood how it should work, but then in my actual experience, it's not how it works at all.

I just tried the powertune setting based on what other people had done. What I've read is that the core clock should optimally be 0.6x your Memory clock. Well, when I do that, my hash rate wouldn't break 600 KH/s. Raising my core clock a little wouldn't really change anything. I couldn't break 600 until I passed 1000 on my core clock with a 1500 memory clock, and 1085 - 1100 is the core clock(s) that get me my optimal hash rate. The powertune setting, I've come to see, was more placebo the first time I put it in. It hasn't really changed much. I get 640-650 with or without it.

Just curious, what are you reading your hash rates from? directly from cgminer or guiminer?

My 7950 is up at 1050/1740 w/ 1.019Vcore and +20% powertune and I am right around 640 KH/s. What drivers are you using?
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Found a HD 5950 for $100 in my local area, though it's still 50 miles away. So tempting.

There isnt a card named 5950, is it 5850 or a 5970?
 
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There isnt a card named 5950, is it 5850 or a 5970?

5850, 5870 or 5970

oh i believe theres a 5830 also
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